ICRAR is the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research located in Perth, Western Australia. It is a joint venture between Curtin University and The University of Western Australia.
ICRAR is a collaborative centre that is international in scope, achieving research excellence in astronomical science and engineering. As a coherent and unified part of Australia’s national effort, ICRAR is making a fundamental contribution to the realisation and scientific success of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). ICRAR will provide opportunities to grow new skills in WA, to develop industrial capabilities and to provide motivation and excitement in the education of teachers, students and the community at large.